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Aldi’s famous baby and toddler event is returning to stores next month


by Erin Lindsay
25th Aug 2020

If you’re in need of supplies for a new arrival, make note of Aldi’s upcoming dates in your diary


Ah, the middle Aldi aisle. The treasure trove where unsuspecting weekly shoppers can add bargains and hidden gems aplenty to their food trolley, where we always find something we didn’t know we needed.

We always love to keep an eye on Aldi’s upcoming releases to its middle aisle, and next month, one of their most anticipated is returning to Irish stores. The baby and toddler event, featuring some really great bargains for the new arrivals in your life, is returning to stores on September 6, and you’ll want to make note of what’s in store.

Buggies, playpens, clothing and highchairs will all be available, and at very reasonable prices, which new parents will be delighted to hear. The selection also comes in a gender neutral colour palette, which is great for all parents to avail of.

This latest collection will be dropping in stores on Sunday, September 6. The Aldi baby and toddler event is a big attraction, so it’s best to get there early if you spot something you really need.

Here are some of our favourite items we’ll be queuing for next weekend.

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Ultra-light stroller, €68.85

Playpen, €59.01

 

Gravity rocker, €44.25

Wooden highchair, €59.01

 

Nursery organiser, €12.77


 

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